Permit 75WG Herbicide - 20 Ounces


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Permit 75WG Herbicide (20 Ounces)

Permit is a selective herbicide for the control of listed annual broadleaf weeds and nutsedge in field corn, field corn grown for seed, grain sorghum (milo), rice, sugarcane, fallow ground, cotton, and dry beans.


  • The level of weed control following PERMIT application is dependent upon application rate, method, weed species, size, infestation intensity at application time, and growing conditions. Soon after PERMIT is applied, growth of susceptible weeds is inhibited, and they are no longer competitive with the crop. Following growth inhibition, the leaves and growing point begin to discolor. Complete control typically occurs within 7 - 14 days depending on the weed size, species, and growing conditions.
  • Follow mixing instructions regarding adjuvants.

For pre-emergence applications:

  • If susceptible weeds are present prior to crop emergence, use a surfactant as directed in the “Adjuvants” section.
  • Activating soil moisture is necessary for optimum pre-emergent weed control.
  • Pre-emergent weed control may be improved by incorporating PERMIT with irrigation (1/4 – 1/2 inch maximum).
  • Pre-emergence applications of PERMIT when weed coverage prevents contact with the soil will result in reduced or no residual activity.

For post-emergence applications:

  • Treat young actively growing broadleaf weeds 1 - 3 inches in height. Larger weeds may not be adequately controlled.
  • Treat actively growing nutsedge plants at the 3 - 5 leaf stage.
  • Wait to overhead sprinkler irrigate for 2 - to 3 days after a post-emergence application.
  • Avoid applications when weeds are under drought, stress, disease, or insect damage.
  • Use of PERMIT without an adjuvant can result in reduced efficacy.
  • Heavy infestations should be treated early before the weeds become too competitive with the crop.
  • A timely cultivation may be necessary to control suppressed weeds, weeds that were bigger than the maximum labeled size at application, weeds that emerge after an application, or weed species not on the PERMIT label. For best results, wait to cultivate treated soil area for 7 - 10 days after a post-emergence application of PERMIT unless specified otherwise.
  • Annual weeds may have multiple flushes of seedlings, or treated perennials may sometimes re-grow from underground stems or roots, depending upon rainfall and other environmental conditions. To maximize control of such weeds, it may be necessary to use sequential applications of PERMIT.

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